Reston, VA, October 04, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Social Media Live Streaming Platform BCAST announced today it has partnered with Paws for Purple Hearts (PPH) to help bring awareness of the canine therapy program that helps heal returning service members by teaching those with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder to train service dogs for Veterans with combat-related injuries.
Greg Sipple, Chief Executive Officer, Paws for Purple Hearts explains, “Paws for Purple Hearts is expanding its use of technology to leverage new social media tools available to help bring awareness of its message to Veterans and the Public. We are excited to partner with BCAST. The BCAST platform provides a robust set of features that will allow us to increase our reach to the veterans we serve and those individuals looking to support deserving organizations like ours. Even more important, BCAST allows each of those groups to leverage the same platform to help them participate directly as well.”
Mike Hodge, CEO- BCAST adds, “We are honored to add to our ongoing efforts to bring live streaming and virtual reality in a meaningful way to Veterans by partnering with PPH and excited to be an important piece of their Social Media Strategic Plan. I am very impressed with PPH’s unique approach to canine therapy and will work closely with them to understand their needs and map them to the BCAST platform.”
About BCAST (www.bcast.com)
BCAST is a mobile social broadcasting platform, which provides “live” broadcasting capabilities to and from mobile devices, the web and smart TV’s. Bcast is founded on the principal of using new ideas; methodologies and emerging technologies to bring live streaming video “communities” to every day life. In this way BCAST endeavors to genuinely improve peoples lives in the areas of social responsibility, entertainment, sports, news, and public safety. BCAST is available in the iOS App Store, on Google Play and on the web at www.bcast.com.
About Paws for Purple Hearts (www.pawsforpurplehearts.org)
Paws for Purple Hearts (PPH), founded in 2006, is the first program of its kind to offer therapeutic intervention for Veterans and active-duty military personnel by teaching those with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) to train service dogs for their comrades with combat-related injuries. PPH is built upon the trusted and time-honored tradition of Veterans helping Veterans.